- Joined Ashland University in 1989 and teaches General Chemistry, courses in analytical chemistry and core science courses including Science as a Cultural Force and Lead and Civilization
- Has mentored more than 50 undergraduate students in research projects
- Research interests include the development of methods for analysis of plant root exudates in soil, and the contamination of consumer products with heavy metals such as lead and cadmium
- Research in chemical ecology has been funded by the National Science Foundation
- Research with students and colleagues on lead contamination of consumer products has resulted in at least 14 recalls by the Consumer Product Safety Commission involving more than 1.5 million children’s items, and has been cited in a congressional resolution seeking a ban on U.S. export of electronic waste
- The University of South Florida, Ph.D. in Biology, 1987
- Louisiana State University, M.S. in Analytical Chemistry, 1991
- The Ohio State University, M.S. in Agronomy, 1983
- Ashland University, B.S. in Chemistry, 1979
- Joined Ashland University faculty in 2018
- Teaches courses in Latin and in the political thought, history, and literature of the Greek, Roman, and Medieval worlds
- Research focuses on political philosophy and republicanism in Cicero and Livy
- Has delivered papers on Cicero, Livy, Plutarch, and Vergil at the annual meeting of the Society for Classical Studies
- Currently revising articles on the case for virtuous political involvement in a Ciceronian speech and the character of elites and the Roman people in Livy
- Also preparing a book manuscript on Cicero's promotion of philosophically informed political engagement in his political philosophy
- Boston University, Ph.D. and M.A.
- University of Dallas, M.A. and B.A.
- Joined Ashland University faculty in 2000 and serves as professor of Mathematics and has taught a wide variety of mathematics courses, most recently Discrete Mathematics, Analysis, History of Mathematics, and Elementary Statistics
- Research interests include associative ring theory and algebra, representation of numbers, the history and foundations of mathematics, and open source software
- Served as chair of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science from 2007-14
- University of Oregon, Ph.D. in Mathematics
- Utah State University, M.S. in Mathematics
- Purdue University, B.S. in Aerospace Engineering
- Joined the Ashland University faculty in 2020 and serves as director of the Political Economy program
- Teaches courses in political economy, history, and political philosophy
- Prior to coming to Ashland, he taught political economy at Holy Cross College in South Bend, IN
- Has published articles in Constellations, Perspectives on Political Science, Polis, Res Philosophica, TELOS, and other scholarly journals.
- University of Notre Dame, Ph.D., M.A.
- University of Virginia, M.A., B.A.
- B.S., Florida Atlantic University
- M.S.IT., Capella University